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A common noun is a word that names people, places, things, or ideas. They are not the names of a single person, place or thing. A common noun begins with a lower case letter unless it is at the beginning of a sentence. Click the image to see the examples

A common noun is a word that names people, places, things, or ideas. They are not the names of a single person, place or thing. A common noun begins with a lower case letter unless it is at the beginning of a sentence. Click the image to see the examples

This fun freebie is differentiated for K/1 through 2/3. Whether your students are simply learning that a noun is a person, place, or thing...or they're learning about common nouns, proper nouns, possessive nouns, plural nouns, and plural possessive nouns, this fun mini book will reinforce your teaching in a fun way!If you enjoy this freebie, please leave feedback!Be sure to follow me so you never miss another FREEBIE!

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Included in this packet are 8 parts of speech posters, including definitons and examples in

Kid Friendly Parts of Speech Posters with Definitions and Examples

Handout: "Types of Nouns". Great for teachers and homeschooling.

Types of Nouns

Learn the classifications of the different types of nouns. In traditional grammar, nouns are taught to be words that refer to people, places, things, or abstract ideas.

This board game allows students to practice identifying the difference between common and proper nouns in a fun interactive way. This game set includes a game board, task cards, an answer key, and directions. I have used it at a literacy center. Have fun and Happy teaching!If you like it be sure to leave me some feedback:)Common Noun Proper Noun board game is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

This board game allows students to practice identifying the difference between common and proper nouns in a fun interactive way. This game set incl.

Nouns, adjectives and verbs worksheets. It covers adjectives, common nouns, proper nouns, concrete nouns, abstract nouns, singular nouns, plural nouns (s, es, ies, ves), irregular plural nouns, pronouns, action verbs, past/present/future tense verbs, irregular verbs, similar verbs, opposite verbs and more.

Nouns, Adjectives & Verbs Printable Worksheet BUNDLE - Kindergarten First Second

Nouns Games contains 13 fun and engaging printable board games to help students to practice common nouns, proper nouns, singular nouns, plural nouns, collective nouns, possessive nouns, concrete nouns, abstract nouns, and more!

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Common Nouns and Proper Nouns cut and sort freebie!

This is a free Common and Proper Nouns printable. Students have to read the words, cut them out, sort them, color them and paste them in the correct column. Included: 1 Common and Proper Nouns printable / worksheet

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Noun Sort: Common Core Aligned Fun way to learn nouns. Cut and glue each now to the type of noun it is.

These Summer Parts of Speech Task Cards focus on identifying parts of speech: nouns, verbs, and adjectives, using summer themed vocabulary. There a total of 40 task cards included. Students will look at each summer themed picture and word, and determine whether it is a noun, verb, or adjective.  Use these task cards in independent workstations, learning centers or a small group setting. Students may complete them as a clothespin task, paperclip task, marker task, or answer the questions…

These Summer Parts of Speech Task Cards focus on identifying parts of speech: nouns, verbs, and adjectives, using summer themed vocabulary. There a total of 40 task cards included. Students will look at each summer themed picture and word, and determine whether it is a noun, verb, or adjective. Use these task cards in independent workstations, learning centers or a small group setting. Students may complete them as a clothespin task, paperclip task, marker task, or answer the questions…

Common Proper Noun Center: Match the Common and Proper Noun Cards to the matching category. Student Worksheets included for comprehension check. Information: Common Noun Center. Proper Noun Center.

Common and Proper Nouns Activity

Common Proper Noun Center: Match the Common and Proper Noun Cards to the matching category. Student Worksheets included for comprehension check. Information: Common Noun Center.

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